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Baumr-AG E-Force 580

Baumr-AG E-Force 580

MPN: MOWCLSBMRA580
3.5 from 2 reviews

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    Mike

    Mike

    • 2 reviews

    Great mower, crap battery.

    published
    Date PurchasedMay 2018
    lawofohms

    lawofohmsMelbourne

    • 5 reviews
    • 4 likes
    • Verified purchase

    Surprisingly good!

    published

    I would actually recommend this machine!

    I'm normally a petrol engine rev head, but this machine actually works really well.

    The 4AH battery pack lasts long enough for a medium sized back yard, front yard, naturestrip, and neighbours nature strip.

    The only think that makes this 4 star not a 5 star review is the way you have to start the machine. Push plastic switch while pulling back lever is hit and miss and can take several goes.

    The metal base is good quality, so is the catcher.

    No more petrol, no more oil, quiet operation... I must be getting old...

    Date PurchasedNov 2017

    Questions & Answers

    Mike

    Mikeasked

    Why was my battery not covered under the 12 month warranty?

    No answers
    James R

    James Rasked

    My mower is just over a year old why is the battery stuck on 68 percent it won't charge or start the machine ? I'm very disappointed it cost a lot of money . James

    2 answers
    Mike
    Mike

    My battery showed 0% after just 5 months and would not accept a charge. No offer from the seller to exchange battery. Not covered by warranty as it's considered a 'consumable'. I had to buy another battery from a different company who offered a 12 month warranty on it. I think you're stuck with having to buy a new one, but make sure it's covered.

    James R
    James R

    Where did you get another battery

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